Why EMT Advantage
100% online emergency courses
- Accepted nationwide with no skills test
- Instant certification day or night
- For initial cert or recert
- Based on new science guidelines
- 60 days money back guarantee
- Take our courses for required job training
No hidden charges
Includes everything you need
- Online training material
- Online exam with instant grading
- 3 free exam retakes
- Instant provider eCard
- Hard copy certificate with free shipping, if requested
Fast, convenient process
Earn your eCard from your computer
- Study the online training material
- Take the online exam on your schedule
- Get up to 3 free exam retakes
- Instant provider eCard once you pass
- Receive your hard copy certificate by mail, upon request
Frequently asked questions
1. When will my certificate arrive?
Answer: As soon as you pass you will be able to download an instant PDF provider eCard. The following day we will ship your hard copy certificate if requested. Hard copy certificates typically arrive in 3–4 days.
2. Can I purchase multiple courses?
Answer: Yes, you can order up to three courses at once. Plus, you will automatically save 10% when you order any two courses and 15% when you order three courses!
3. Do you require an in-person skills test (also called a practical component)?
Answer: At EMT Advantage you will not be required to conduct an in-person test or demonstration of any kind. Our certification courses are 100% online which means you can do everything from your home or work computer.
For more information please see our FAQ page.
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(save 10% when you order 2 courses and 15% when you order 3)
The most convenient way to certify or recertify is from your home computer!
Sign up for an ACLS, PALS or BLS course from EMT Advantage and discover why so many medical professionals are skipping the classroom, saving time, saving money and earning their provider eCard online.
Each course includes comprehensive training material and our online exams. Courses are based on the most recent science guidelines and updated regularly. Exams are conducted online and typically take about an hour to complete. As soon as you place an order you will have instant access to the course material for as long as you need. There are no time restrictions. Study, prepare and test at your own pace! You will be able to access our courses from any computer with Internet access.
EMT Advantage makes it easy for medical professionals to quickly earn a recertification or certification for ACLS, PALS and BLS online!
Receive a 2 year certification that is accepted nationally!
Our courses are accepted throughout the entire United States, and most international countries and territories as well. So regardless of your location our courses are a fast, easy way to earn your ACLS, PALS or BLS (or all three!). All of our certifications last for 2 years from the date of completion.
Take your course from home — no skills check required
For your convenience, our certification and recertification courses do not require any in-person skills checks. Each course contains all the material and knowledge you need to earn an ACLS, PALS or BLS certification so you can avoid the hassle of disrupting your schedule with an in-person skills check.
Free provider certificates — receive one instantly and another by mail, upon request
As soon as you pass the exam you will receive a PDF provider eCard which you can print for immediate proof of certification. The following business day we will ship a hard copy certificate printed on professional certificate stock. The hard copy certificate typically arrives at your doorstep within 3–5 business days. The certificate is shipped only if requested.
Complete money back guarantee!
All of our courses include 60 days 100% money back guarantee. If you are unhappy with one of our courses during this period you can contact us for a full refund of your purchase (minus any express shipping fees). Other online continuing education providers don’t offer a refund or limit the refund period to a few weeks. We stand by our courses for 60 days after purchase!
Register today! Here’s how it works
Our courses are fast and easy to complete.
Select your desired courses and complete your purchase
Prepare for the exam at your own pace
Take the online exam with instant grading
Get your exam results immediately
» If you pass, download your instant provider eCard (PDF) for immediate proof of certification
» If you don’t pass the exam, 3 free retakes are included
If requested, we will ship your hard copy provider certificate within 1 business day after you pass
Minnesota services snapshot
Take course from home
Need a Minnesota ACLS recertification but worried about finding time for classes in your busy schedule? If you use our online service you can receive your MN ACLS recertification from home. Access our training material, study as long as you want and take the MN ACLS exam all from your home computer (or any computer with Internet access). Just another reason using EMT Advantage is fast and convenient.
No prior certification required
If you can’t find your old Minnesota PALS certificate don’t worry. We don’t require proof of previous certification to take our courses. If you need a MN PALS certification or recertification you can simply purchase our course and get started at any time. Registering is simple and easy and you’ll receive instant access to our training material and exam.
Customer service daily
Our customer service hours are 8–5 PST Monday thru Friday. If you need assistance with a Minnesota BLS or any of our courses simply contact our customer service. If you need help outside of normal office hours just leave a message with your name, course (example: MN BLS) and the reason for your call and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Minnesota health overview
The state of Minnesota was ranked 6th in the overall health rankings in 2017.
It was ranked 50th in the number of deaths caused by cardiac problems and 36th in the number of cancer related deaths (Stats of the State of Minnesota, 2018).
The percentage of people affected by diabetes in the state has increased from 4.9% to 6.7% over the last decade.
The rate of violent crime has fallen from 297 to 236 offenses per 100,000 people during the last 5 years.
The rate of smoking has fallen from 19.8% to 14.9% over the last decade, though the state still has 599,000 adult smokers.
The rate of preventable hospitalizations has fallen from 55.1 to 52.9 discharges per 1,000 Medicare enrollees.
The number of children below the age of 18 who live in poverty has fallen from 17.4% to 13.9%.
Minnesota health strengths
Only few of the overall population are uninsured
A lot of high school graduates
A low count of deaths caused by cardiac issues
Minnesota health challenges
Low public health funds per person
A lot of binge drinking adults
Regular outbreak of infectious disease
The Minnesota Department of Health, through The Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention program, works in tandem with activities funded by various state and federal agencies to discourage the use of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. The program provides support via emails, phone and site visits to the affected people and families by rendering technical assistance to schools, community groups, law enforcement agencies and public health professionals.
Complete strategies have been laid down for promoting general health, which involve changing individual behavior, as well as the environment. These comprehensive approaches aim to assist groups and communities rather than one individual. This community approach aims at developing conditions which advocate and affirm healthy choices and lifestyles.
Elements encompassed by this approach include discouraging the use of alcohol, treating alcohol addiction, financial hindrance for alcohol users, making it unavailable to underage youth and school based initiatives to discourage its use.
Aug 11, 2018 -- Police officers performed CPR on victim of shooting
Police officers received a call about a man who was shot along Morgan Avenue North. When police arrived on the scene, the man did not have a pulse and was not breathing. The officers immediately performed CPR until paramedics arrived. The 28-year-old victim Lonzo Allen Washington was brought to the hospital but later died of gunshot wounds. He and the suspect according to police knew each other.
Jan 07, 2018 -- Referee's game saved by CPR
Jeff Schroder is an experienced basketball referee, he has been working for 27 years and has a passion for it "I love refereeing. I have a passion for it," said the professional. But everything went sour in a college game between Southwest Minnesota State University and Wayne State University at new year's eve. After running around for several minutes, the 46-year-old man collapsed to the floor and became unresponsive. Coach Brad Bigler and a doctor who was at the game, began doing CPR as well as provide several shocks with an automatic external defibrillator they had nearby. The paramedics arrived to take the coach to the nearest medical center where a quadruple-bypass surgery was performed to preserve his life.
Sep 02, 2016 -- A day of biking and life saving
An experienced biker named JR fell ill after riding for an annual event for Breast cancer hosted by his wife Jen Anderson. The biker collapsed and a fellow cyclist and experienced nurse Beth Bergman assisted him quickly "He wasn't breathing, He had no pulse. It was blue instantaneously. His eyes were just glazed over. Gone.” said the Beth. She began doing CPR maneuvers and was assisted by her partner Dawn and a medical assistant who was driving along. After 20 minutes of administering compressions and breathing JR came back to life. He managed to make a lucky recovery after several days at the hospital with no further damage.
Jan 04, 2016 -- CPR instructor and student save Man's Life outside red cross building
A man shoveling snow outside the Red Cross building where CPR classes were taking place decided to enter the building to take a break when he went into cardiac arrest. Course instructor Jennifer Brandt noticed and immediately took action with the help of one of her students. Paramedics responded shortly after. The man survived the episode thanks to the quick response time of about 30 seconds, said paramedics.